Advanced Micro Devices put a quad-core server processor on its road map and promised to upgrade its software investments, as it outlined on Tuesday its general technology direction for the next couple of years.
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HP plans to announce an update to its printer management software along with a one-size-fits-all printer driver at its ImagePrint conference in Orlando, according to a company executive.
Papers are flying in legal offices around the world as a result of Advanced Micro Devices's (AMD) antitrust lawsuit against Intel, filed earlier this year. The case is not expected to come to trial until next year -- assuming it isn't settled by then -- but lawyers for both sides are formulating their arguments as documents and data start to flow from the almost 40 hardware industry companies subpoenaed by AMD.
IBM and Sony have released a software developer's kit intended to help developers write games and other software for future products based on the multicore Cell processor, the companies announced Wednesday.
The unrest among Palm OS developers over Palm's forthcoming Windows Mobile-based Treo smart phone has prompted Palm President and Chief Executive Officer Ed Colligan to pen a letter to Palm's developer community with promises to continue releasing Palm OS products.
Qualcomm has signed a license to use Arm's core architecture for internally developed chips, announcing the first Qualcomm-developed mobile phone processor in a press release Tuesday.
HP is releasing an update to its blade PC product, switching to AMD's processors for its alternative to traditional desktop PCs.
XO Communications will sell its wireline networking business to an entity owned by XO's chief shareholder in a bid to erase XO's debt and create a new company focused on wireless broadband, the company announced Friday.
Research in Motion (RIM) announced the BlackBerry 8700c handheld Tuesday, which combines the popular BlackBerry push e-mail software with an integrated mobile processor from Intel and fast wireless networks.
Hewlett-Packard on Tuesday unveiled its first blade server based on Intel's Itanium 2 processor, allowing customers to run HP-UX on one of the company's blade servers for the first time.
Intel has now brought dual-core technology into all of its Xeon processors for low-end servers with the launch of four new Xeon 7000 series chips.
The U.S. Supreme Court will not delay NTP's patent-infringement case against Research in Motion (RIM) while the court considers whether to hear RIM's appeal, sending the case back to a lower court in Virginia where an injunction against the sale of BlackBerry devices in the U.S. might be imposed.
A group of chip industry veterans is expected to introduce their new company, P.A. Semi, at In-Stat/MDR's Fall Processor Forum, along with a new low-power chip based on IBM's Power architecture.
Intel has announced several changes to its road map for server processors, delaying its first dual-core Itanium 2 processor and replacing a future multicore Xeon processor with a new design that eliminates the performance penalty of shared connections to a chipset.
Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, claims the company has ironed out all of the security problems in its forthcoming Windows Vista operating system so that users can consider adopting it the first day it is released. For the most part.